Can Any Team Stop The Alabama, Clemson Dynasties

Can Any Team Stop The Alabama, Clemson Dynasties?

College Football Goes Full Blast With 103 Games This Week With Clemson And Alabama Again Favored To Play For Another Title

I Closed The NFL Preseason With Another Winning Year, Going 13-5-1 With $100-Per-Unit Bettors Showing A Profit Of $4,450

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By Kelso Sturgeon

One can say without fear of contradiction the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers have earned the “dynasty” label. Clemson crushed the Tide, 44-16, in last year’s championship game for its second national title in the last four years. Alabama won the other two. Clemson is listed at 9-4 odds in the futures book and Alabama at 5-2 to advance to the championship for the fourth time in the last five years.

No team/teams have so dominated college football since the Bud Wilkinson era at Oklahoma, where he was head coach from 1947-1963, going 145-29-4 while winning three national championships. His teams once won 47 consecutive games, a record that still stands.

Oklahoma dominated because it was able to recruit the best players in the country and had a coach who knew what to do with them when they came to Norman.  Alabama coach Nick Saban begins his 13th season in Tuscaloosa where he has compiled a 146-21 record—67-6 the past five seasons. Clemson’s Dabo Swinney begins 12th year and stands 116-30 there—65-7 the past five years.

Some coaches, including Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh, openly state Alabama, Clemson and almost schools in the south rule the NCAA football world because they cheat in the recruitment process. There as been no evidence of that. Years ago, the same was said of Oklahoma.

There is no question Saban and Swinney get the best players—almost all of them blue-chippers—and they certainly know what to do with them. Their success is no accident

The respect they receive from bookmakers speaks of their dominating power. Clemson (15-0) opens its season Thursday night at home as a 35.5-point favorite over Georgia Tech (7-6) while Alabama (14-1) and Duke (8-5) do battle at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The Crimson Tide are 35-point favorites.

It is quite hazardous to make bold predictions before teams even play their first game but in my mind there are, maybe, two-three teams that could challenge Clemson and Alabama—Georgia, maybe. For the record, the Crimson Tide beat Georgia for the national championship in 2017.

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The biggest and most promising betting board I have ever seen officially launches college football Thursday night with 27 games, highlighted by defending national champion Clemson (15-0) hosting Georgia Tech (7-6), UCLA (3-9) at Cincinnati (11-2) and Utah (9-5) at BYU (7-6). When the weekend ends Monday night with Notre Dame (12-1) at Louisville (2-10), a total of 103 games will have been played.

During that five-day span, I intend to win games at every level—100-unit and 50-unit plays for my highrollers, 25-unit bets for my Chairman’s Club clients and a host of 10-15-unit plays for my very popular Best Bets Club players. I have been studying the colleges in great detail for the past two months, am up-to-date on the potential—good or bad—and promise I will follow my long tradition of winning big and often in the early season, because my revised numerical ratings are better than those offered by bookmakers, who always start off using weak numbers. That is something I have proved year after year.

Other Important Weekend Games

Friday, August 30
Utah State (11-2) at Wake Forest (7-6) ACC TV Network

Saturday, August 31
Mississippi (5-7) at Memphis (8-6) ABC TV
South Carolina (7-6) at North Carolina (2-9) Played in Charlotte…ESPN
Northwestern (9-5) at Stanford (9-4) FOX
Virginia Tech (6-7) at Boston College (7-5) ACC Network
Boise State (10-3) at Florida State (5-7) Played in Jacksonville…ESPN
Georgia (11-3) at Vanderbilt (6-7) SEC Network
Virginia (8-5) at Pittsburgh (7-7) ACC Network
Oregon (9-4) at Auburn (8-5) Played in Arlington, TX…ABC
Fresno State (12-2) at Southern California (5-7) ESPN

Sunday, September 1
Houston at Oklahoma ABC

 

Closed 2019 NFL Preseason 13-5-1 With Profit Of $4,450.

I finished the NFL preseason Sunday night with a winning 10-unit play on underdog Pittsburgh (+2) which buried host Tennessee, 18-6. I will not be releasing any games when Week 4 is played Thursday. The tone of the preseason changed dramatically this year as the majority of teams decided to hold out their key players in order to avoid injury. The truth is I cannot find a single team intent on winning Thursday.

As they say in Las Vegas, when you are a winner, go to dinner.

I finished the NFL preseason 13-5-1, with those betting $100-per-unit profiting to the tune of $4,450.

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